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The film Rupinder Gandhi 2 – The Robin Hood is the second film inspired by Gandhi’s life after the first part Rupinder Gandhi – The Gangster? which was released in 2015 However the latest film has been caught in a controversy ahead of its realease Gandhi’s close aide Joga Daheru who was booked in several cases along with Gandhi has been opposing the film claiming that it is ‘not based on facts’ He had even urged Manminder to stop its release Both sides had recently claimed that their issues had been resolved About Sunday’s incident some eyewitnesses said the two men shook hands with Manminder spoke for around two minutes and then suddenly he was shot by one of them The attackers tried to flee on Manminder’s bike but abandoned it after its engine did not start They then snatched an Innova car from a commuter and fled The vehicle was late recovered by police at some distance from the crime spot Manminder’s nephew Davinder Singh alias Noni meanwhile rushed him to SPS Hospital where he succumbed SSP (Khanna) Navjot Singh Mahal said that the deceased received three bullets — one in head and two in stomach The accused also dropped a magazine of the weapon while fleeing which has been recovered “Eyewitnesses have said that the two men came as friends and met him in a friendly way They shook hands and exchanged a word or two before opening fire It is coming out as case of personal enmity and gangwar as Manminder was also booked in several cases including attempt to murder We are probing the case” said the SSP Asked if the incident has its roots in opposition to the film by former accomplices of Gandhi the SSP said “We cannot say anything as of now Gandhi’s accomplice Jogi Daheru was against that how his own character has been portrayed in the film We will investigate all the angles and question all the persons The priority is to get the cremation done peacefully” The postmortem is yet to be completed and the cremation is likely to take place on Monday Meanwhile police has also found that Manminder was closely associated with Hriday Pal Singh a local Congress leader who was booked on Saturday for allegedly attacking three AAP workers in village Phullanwal of Ludhiana “They were closely associated but we are probing if the attack on AAP workes is linked with this incident in any manner” said the SSP Manminder according to police was also close to SAD leader Yadwinder Singh Yadu who was allegedly involved in murder of a 16-year-old boy Kulwinder Singh Gosla from Khanna following an alleged gangwar between two Akali factions on February 2 2015 Shot dead fourteen years after the murder of his brother Manminder was the patron of the union being run in the name of his brother Manminder too was booked for attempt to murder after he shot at Lakhi the main accused in Gandhi murder case Born on October 2 (Gandhi Jayanti) Rupinder was named ‘Gandhi’ by his father At 22 he became the sarpanch of his village also a national-level football player He studied at Panjab University But soon he turned to violence and was booked in several criminal cases He was killed on September 5 2003 allegedly by members of a rival gang In the brutal murder his knees and arms were broken and he was hung from a tree and shot twice His body was later dumped in Bhakhra canal To avoid law and order problem his body was cremated ten day after it had been recovered For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Published: May 28 2014 2:00 am Related News More than the hours of toil under the sun it was a piece of unsolicited advice while traveling in a limousine that shaped Michael Chang’s career The American had just lost to Ivan Lendl in an exhibition match in Des Moines Iowa While driving back to the hotel Lendl said to Chang: “Do you want to know why you lost today You have no serve Your second serve is like nothing and you know you move pretty well but you have no weapons You get a lot of balls back but you have absolutely nothing you can hurt me with… If you don’t work on your game there’s just no way you’re going to be able to survive out here” A year later in 1989 Chang defeated the then World No1 in an epic fourth-round match in the French Open en route to winning the title In today’s context it wouldn’t be incorrect to say that Lendl’s words also serve as a brutal assessment of Somdev Devvarman’s game India’s top-ranked singles player was ousted in the first round for the ninth time this season losing to unheralded Kazakh Aleksandr Nedovyesov at Roland Garros After a staggering 2013 where he jumped more than 450 places and was nominated for ATP’s comeback of the year along with Nadal the 29-year-old has won just two matches on the ATP Tour this year Devvarman has often been criticised as being a one-dimensional player and one with no major weapon He is someone who gets the ball back and waits for his opponent to make an error or hit the winner It’s a strategy that has paid dividends against lower-ranked players but one that has routinely been exposed against opponents ranked in the top-100 this year India’s non-playing Davis Cup captain Anand Amritraj and coach Zeeshan Ali have both urged Devvarman to come out of his defensive mould and balance defence with attack To his credit Devvarman has been trying to tweak his game He has approached the net more often shown a willingness to be the aggressor and has reduced string tension on his racquet to gain more hitting power The transition evidently hasn’t been smooth He has given an impression of being confused and the defeats have hurt his confidence But Devvarman knows to survive on the tour — as Lendl put it — change is the name of the game Mihir is a Senior Correspondent based in Mumbai mihirvasavda@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Virender Kumar | Published: March 8 2012 3:51 am Related News Why she junked the rainbowfled to her core vote Why has the BSP lost despite the world-class F1 race tackthe Yamuna Expresswaythe plus-seven per cent growthand those impressive stone-and-granite symbols of Dalit pride which have changed the face of Lucknow and Noida Ask anyone who travelled in UP in recent weeks In the general sense of disaffection with the governmentthree points stand out Onecomplaints of pervasive corruptionso much so that the poor had to pay for getting their pensionIndira Awas or NREGA wages Twothat hers was a bureaucraticinsensitive governmentwith no redress of grievancesnot even when MLAs tried to intercede Threethat it was a government which cared only for the Dalits Interestinglyunlike othersthe Dalits generally remained enthusiastic supporters of Mayawaticrediting her for giving them a sense of security and dignity Post-resultsit seemsMayawati has again become a leader of Dalitsexactly where she stood before 2007 whenfor the first timenon-Dalits voted for the BSP in large numbershelping it get an absolute majority Her promise of restoring the rule of law had then caught the imagination of a people fed up with Mulayam Singh Yadavs jungle raj She changed her language: from a champion of Bahujanshe turned into a votary of Sarvajan Her party shed its oldanti-upper caste rhetoric Did she rise to the demands of an inclusivesarvajan mandate For an answerlet us tracebrieflythe journey of her last five years After taking over as chief minister in May 2007she announced two bold initiatives: the over 1000-km-long Ganga Expressway project and a scheme to open the agriculture sector to private investment The firstrunning from Basti in the east to Noida in the westcould have opened up vast tracts in UPs most backward hinterland to urbanisationand growth that comes with it But it was stalled by land acquisition and environmental roadblocks The secondwhich had the potential of sowing the seeds of a green revolutionwas abandoned becauseas Mayawati saidintelligence reports suggested that farmers did not like the idea She took a third initiative: she started work on those grand memorialsa total of five in Lucknowincluding two expansive ones dedicated to Kanshi Ram and BR Ambekdarand a thirdequally hugein Noidaeach costing several thousand crores Everywhereshe installed her own statues along with those of AmbedkarKanshi RamJyotiba PhuleChhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj and other Dalit icons as many as 12 in Lucknow alone In a state which has for long ranked among the lowest in socio-economic indicatorshow could this promote Sarvajan Hitay This was Mayawatis first self-inflicted blow to her sarvajan platform Her party leadersin the meantimewent berserk Within six monthsa minister was allegedly involved in the murder of a girl in Faizabad; after another six monthsan MLA was arrested for rape in Agra Another six months and a third MLAalong with the district BSP presidentand helped by the policeforced his way into the house of an engineer in Auraiya and allegedly tortured him to death just because he refused to pay for Mayawatis birthday celebrations Many more such incidents followed Mayawati couldnt stop any of this Sowhen the Lok Sabha elections were held in 2009the BSP found itself beaten to the third place by the SP and the Congress Worseit could win only two of the 17 reserved seats This was stage one of Mayawatis undoing Assembly elections were almost three years away If she wantedMayawati could still make amends and push administrative and policy initiatives to regain public trust But rattled by the defeatshe took a big leap back: she junked her inclusivist mandate and sought the safety of her traditional Dalit supporters She announced that party general secretary Satish Mishrawho many had begun to see as her No 2would stay away from politics andinsteadconcentrate on the partys legal work The State Advisory Committee under Mishrawhich had been constituted on the pattern of Sonia Gandhis National Advisory Committeewas rendered defunct Mishra was no mass leader and his belittling did not alienate any section But Mayawatis action sent out a message to the Dalits that she is the only leader of the BSPthat no one else mattered Non-Dalits were also listening What damaged Mayawati and the BSP hard was the systematic emasculation of her MLAs All of them were answerable to the partys local coordinatorswho are regarded as Mayawatis eyes and ears Most of them are Dalits Without the coordinators approvalan MLA could not even hold a meeting or make a statement to the media If there was a local grievancethe coordinator would decide how it would be taken up and with whom They kept everyone on a tight leash This destroyed the MLAs politicallyparticularly the non-Dalits Mayawati kept underlining that the Dalit agenda remained her top prioritynothing else She gave a new thrust to the Ambedkar village projectunder which basic facilities are provided on priority in villages that have substantial Dalit population She introduced reservation for Dalits in contracts She ordered that the government pay membership fee of Dalits so that they became members of primary cooperative societies andthereforeeligible for loans The DGP was told to personally visit homes where a Dalit was the victim of a crime She ordered a special campaign to give land to the landless Dalits All this was as it should be But in all other mattersthe administration kept functioning in its usual uncaringinefficient ways For examplethe police would promptly attend to complaints of Dalitsnot others And if the complaint was against a BSP manit would not even lodge an FIR until it got a green signal from above It was this reverse discrimination that blew apart her Sarvajan Hitay slogan Meanwhilecrime and corruption flourished; her trusted men Babu Singh Kushwaha and Naseemuddin Siddiqui were caught for alleged corruption Two CMOs were shot dead in Lucknowa deputy CMO was found dead in Lucknow jail under suspicious circumstances As Mayawati increasingly came under attackshe fled to the safety of her core vote Read her speeches over the last few years and the refrain is that everyone is gripped by Dalit-virodhi mansikta, holing out in the deep off Rashid? claimed that he has received six requisite certificates to operate the restaurant. Anand started the day with his king pawn and faced the Sicilian Najdorf by Nakamura. Anand took his tally to two points out of a possible three in the USD 300000 prize money tournament and the Indian ace can now look up to the remaining rounds with optimism having played three of the five players rated above him here. Kamerjahan (30), download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Prawesh Lama | Shamli.
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